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    bluegorilla2000 is offline Very Common
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    Default Zelda II:The Adventures of Link

    Hello, I am a new member but I been using the RarityGuide for quite a while. I came across this Brand New The Adventures of Link for the NES. Seems too good to be true. The game is "brand new" according to the seller, however, I am wondering if it is resealed or it is a legit factory seal.

    Heres the link to the listing Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (Nintendo, 1988) - eBay (item 320554439672 end time Jul-04-10 10:08:41 PDT)

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Zelda II:The Adventures of Link

    It does appear to have the horizontal seam on the back and the vertical seem on the side, so could be legit

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    bluegorilla2000 is offline Very Common
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    Default Re: Zelda II:The Adventures of Link

    I found a guide on ebay on how to check for resealed games.

    Heres the guide: eBay Guides - How to Spot Resealed NES Games

    The thing is that by looking at the pictures of Zelda, it seems resealed, but I was wondering if you guys can help out to see if it is actually a factory sealed game. I don't want to pay for a used resealed game.

    Thanks once again.

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    Damian Boon is offline Very Common
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    Default Re: Zelda II:The Adventures of Link

    it is impossible to tell on a picture in most cases

 

 




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